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Following the success of a development program for Asian Australian playwrights, a new initiative focuses on Asian Australian directors.
Already focused on becoming an opera company for the 21st century, Victorian Opera will soon move into a new state-of-the-art facility in West Melbourne.
Who's taking the reigns at Geelong Performing Arts Centre? Plus Buxton Contemporary, UNSW Art & Design, ILBIJERRI and more.
Classical music and arts magazine Limelight is facing closure unless a new publisher can be found, but has not yet been liquidated despite reports to the contrary.
Inaugural patron for ASQ and new Executive Director for BREC, Melbourne Fringe, plus other appointments.
An Executive Director and Artistic Director have been announced as the new executive team at the State Opera of South Australia.
Established in 1987, south-east Queensland’s professional theatre awards have previously been dominated by the major companies – until now.
Leadership changes for Musica Viva, Noosa Regional Gallery and Dancenorth, and a new appointment at Melbourne Fringe.
After a highly competitive process Creative Victoria has been successful with an innovative new approach to the next three editions of the Australian Performing Arts Market.
Queensland artists from the dance, circus and contemporary music sectors will perform alongside a range of international talents at Festival 2018 Gold Coast.
A new NAVA campaign targeting our politicians aims to reposition arts and culture at the forefront of the national conversation.
Two artist residencies and a call out for puppeteers are the latest opportunities for Brisbane artists thanks to the launch of Flowstate.
A masters student from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music has used a chorus of frogs as the basis for an innovative new piece of music.
The Australia Day Honours List offers an opportunity for reflection on how well we acknowledge and value culture's contribution to our nation.
A jury for Adelaide Contemporary announced, and new faces at Adelaide Central School of Art, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Playwriting Australia and Carclew.
JanArtsNYC attracts over 45,000 performing arts leaders and artists to New York, but has lacked an Indigenous focus – until now.
The law walks a tightrope in defamation cases, and, as any tightrope walker knows, you need to keep your balance or you will slip painfully.
Dozens of new plays are produced in Australia each year, the majority of them never to be seen again. What can we do to change our theatre culture?
A Victorian government grant has helped revive the small town of Girgarre through the power of music.
Artistic Directors get the media profile, but behind the scenes, other staff help to present work and wrangle the artists on show. What else do their jobs entail, and how did they get to where they are?
Dance works which evoke trance and ritual appear to be enjoying a resurgence. Are they a response to our technologically-mediated world?
'The body' in queer art is still a transgressive force when it comes to challenging audiences, whether it be at festivals or in gallery spaces.
In his 2017 Philip Parsons Lecture at Belvoir, award-winning lighting designer Nick Schlieper asks: how can we turn the anti-subsidy trend around?
If #MeToo has taught us anything, it’s that telling better women’s stories hasn’t really changed the lived experience of women, because it hasn’t really changed men.
What qualities and skills are needed by today’s aspiring songwriters with sights on the international action? It’s a lot more than just rhythm and melody.
Queensland artists are in high demand overseas. Queensland artists are also moving to southern states to survive. How to resolve this defining contradiction of culture?
The Great Australian Plays: Williamson, Hibberd and the better angels of our country’s nature.
Playwright David Finnigan describes his journey navigating the attacks on his play, Kill Climate Deniers.
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ArtsHub’s Performing Arts Editor Richard Watts dives into the opening weekend of Australia's largest arts festival, Adelaide Fringe.
A most delightful revival of this ever popular ABBA musical.
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